Philosophy – “Why Men Die More Often by their own Hand” – 1/22/2021

“The monster is only ever soft when they are finally vulnerable, no longer feared, and once more, able to protect another whom the beast did love.” – Modern Romanticism The concept of the “Beauty and the Beast” is one to represent what is seen to be weak, from what is seen to be strong. A […]

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Romantic Dialogue – “How I Never Gave up” – 1/21/2021

A: Oh, beloved. Was I always your only mistake? B: As just the very one who abandoned me, the only regret who has come to be both truest and most false. A: You regret so much, of so much abandonment, though I led you through your darkest trials. B: You led me, to then bring […]

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Excerpt – “9 Months to Live” – Novel – 1/19/2021

It is to him that this pain, in deepest relation to his wife, can be a thing that reminds him of the moment. As love cradles, so does the ocean become carried with a few droplets that disperse from this man’s eyes, adding more to the flood. For nothing else darkens more of a wave, […]

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Philosophy – “When a Fool Believes in Truth over Facts” – 1/10/2021

“To perhaps the political realm or even the marketing realm, truth is like silver, malleable enough to be twisted into a different shape. Each person will look upon that shape, see something different, though only because the sculptor to truth has molded it that way.” – Modern Romanticism Truth is deceptive to the eye of […]

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Poem – “Partner Undermined” – Romanticism – 12/16/2020

Staring noonDead to the centerOf falsehoods in the sun.Ripping moonFrom the center of pale,Dead to the cadaverStill letteredFor the passingOf paintedRed-wiped kisses. She calls a strike,A final deed to the ruptureOf several forgotten seeds.Hold one hand,Release another.Stay what will,Place her to the thrillOf loving Hell,To the whispering soundOf her tolling spell. She pulls the sheet,For […]

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Philosophy – “The Reason Men Weep” – 12/6/2020

“Never believe it is a choice to weep, for when a man does, he is no longer protecting himself. A choice to weep, would directly relate to force. When does a man force tears, other than to lie? When does a man cry so naturally before a woman, other than to be truthful?” – Modern […]

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Quote – “The Often Idiocy of a Man” – 11/12/2020

“To the woman, whose graceful shape is often seen by the man as perpetually imperfect, is merely the onset to wasted time. When he hurls criticism, though never corrects, it is that he stares to her external mask. Nothing is corrected, for that mask is the attempt by her for correction’s sake. He’ll not ever […]

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Philosophy – “Why a Mask for a Woman is Half-Necessary” – 10/20/2020

“No strength would be in this world, without the barrier to break down, to see truth that would otherwise shock, should it be shown everywhere. Without the barrier, truth shown everywhere, and we’d be shocked.” – Modern Romanticism To the woman who wears a mask, places a shield before her truth, places a barrier before […]

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Quote – “Objectification is the Workforce’s Equality” – 9/30/2020

“All people are treated under the same equality within the workforce. That equality is the objectification of each worker. Were compassion to be the desire for a worker, from an employer, it soon becomes a battle of usage versus what does not relate to usage. It is compassion that has no relation to usage, any […]

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Controversial Opinion – “A Man & a Woman” – 9/30/2020

“A man is weak when he is honest to himself, though will lie to others. A man is strong when he lies to himself, though is honest with others. Whereas, a woman is weak when she lies to herself, though is honest with others. A woman is strong when she is honest with herself, though […]

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